CLEARANCE

Sugar-Free Snacks and Treats (Hardback)

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Sugar-Free Snacks and Treats: Deliciously Tempting Bites That are Free from Refined Sugars is a book packed with deliciously natural recipes free from refined sugar and, in many cases, processed wheat and dairy.

The book will show you how replacing refined sugar with natural sweeteners such as stevia, agave syrup and maple syrup will benefit your health - and how you'll certainly feel the difference! The recipes make use of vegetables, nuts, seeds and other superfoods that furnish your body with long-term health-enhancing vitamins and minerals.

Among the natural, unprocessed food you can enjoy eating from this book are Lemon Cashew Bars, Sweet Cherry Temptations, Carob and Cocoa Fudge Fig Almond Truffles and savoury options such as Spiced Chilli Popcorn.


Product Details

  • Product code: SFST
  • ISBN: 9781849756037
  • Publisher: Ryland, Peters & Small Ltd
  • Format: Hardback
  • Dimensions: 24.1cm x 19.6cm
  • Pages: 144
  • Publish date: Thu Feb 12 00:00:00 GMT 2015
  • Book points: 0

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Good ideas but need adapting -

I really liked the idea of this book to keep my family a little healthier. The first section gave me good ideas for how to exchange healthier options for sugar in my normal recipes. The recipes in this book seem to try and do too many things at once - cut out gluten, dairy and sugar when it was marketed at trying to reduce sugar. This means buying costly ingredients like rice flour as well as the many types of sweetening agents it uses. The results end up being VERY salty and slightly dry which after much adaption (including using different flour and adding of grated fruit etc ) are acceptable. The book has given me the confidence to try my normal recipes using alternatives to sugar but the biscuit section in particular is, in my opinion, not worth it.

Sarah , Thu Jul 02 10:45:56 BST 2015

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